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Old 15-09-2017, 07:21 AM
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Would this still apply for people who work at night and sleep during the day? Just curious.
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Old 15-09-2017, 09:02 AM
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Yes sister please give me the link, I read every important literature regarding Meditation.
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It makes sense, since at this hour your melatonin production is still high so you can go into a hynagognic state more easily.
Yes brother, thats why all type of consciousness are at high and meditator this period can reach higher dimensions of consciousness that time.
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Would this still apply for people who work at night and sleep during the day? Just curious.
Why not, sister, but condition is that person must get 7 hours sleep least in duration of 24 hours.
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Would this still apply for people who work at night and sleep during the day? Just curious.

I'm a nightworker.

One of the advantages with that is that on free nights I often wake up before dawn.

Then doing some slow asanas and sitting down to meditate is great.
It also helps to compensate for loss of sleep due to the nature of working nights. After meditation I can go asleep again for a couple of hours, well knowing that the Brahma murta was spent this time in meditation.

And yes...the meditations gets deeper by the stillness of the night.


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Vedanta recommends regular meditation for everyone, particularly during the hour or two before dawn, which it calls Brahma Muhurta or the hour of God. Sunrise and sunset are other important times for meditation because at these transitional periods in nature, energy can be more easily transformed. The times of the new, full and half moons are also excellent, as are the solstice and equinoctial points. Meditation is part of the very rhythm of life and nature and its ongoing transformations.
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Old 16-09-2017, 02:22 AM
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I'm a nightworker.

One of the advantages with that is that on free nights I often wake up before dawn.

Then doing some slow asanas and sitting down to meditate is great.
It also helps to compensate for loss of sleep due to the nature of working nights. After meditation I can go asleep again for a couple of hours, well knowing that the Brahma murta was spent this time in meditation.

And yes...the meditations gets deeper by the stillness of the night.


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Awesome...
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